The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 16, 1950
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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1950 BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Chiang Assumes Military Control Generalissimo Moves To Step Up War On Chinese Communists Posse Continues Big Man Hunt For Slayers of Texas Seriff , Formosa, March 16. ( Chiang Kai-shek took direct r itrol of Nationalist Chinese armed forces today. The office of Southeast Asia Commander, formerly In command of Formosa armed services, was abolished. Premier Chen Cheng hek the post until he took the premler- s'llp this week. The move was part of an effor to streamline tha government and step up the war machine to preven another defeat—which might cos Nationalist leaders their heads, Ku Under Fire Ho Ying-chln, former premier, 1 expected to be named to succeet the present chief of staff, Kn entitling. Kii has been under sharp fire for asserted Incompctency. Chiang abolished his office as leader ol the Kuomlntang Party. The job because superfluous with his resumption of the presidency. ; As these moves were made, tribal ; chieftains in Formosa pledged loyalty to the' Nationalists and vowed to fight against Chinese Communists until the end. The chieftains represented 140,000 tribesmen. They gave their pledge at a formal ceremony before Chiang and Madame Chiang. • Chieftains Taltoozd PHESIDIO. Tex., March 16. (AP) —Mexican and US. officers continue search on the wild mountainous country on both sides of the Rio Grande for tv:o men wanted In the •slaying of Sheriff O. W. (Blackie) Morrow. Deputy Sheriff Mack Tarwater of Presidio said yesterday that one of the men "Is a Mexican national and the other .also a Latin American, is believed to be a US. citizen." Tarwater said It was the trial of the Mexican National which posse found and followed Monday. The man, believed to have ibcen handcuffed and carrying Morrow's tooed faces, some wore turbans, some were barefoot and others wore picturesque garb that might have come out of a comic opera. One appeared in a Prince Albert coat. 'Hie chieftains pledged to- fight under Chiang's leadership In the mountains they could make untenable to a hostile force. Chiang promised the tribesmen t« do his best to Improve their standard of living, education and general welfare. He said these objec lives could not be fully attainet "until the Russian aggressors and their robots, the Chinese Coinmun Lsts, are driven away from our main land." The chiefs presented Chiang will gifts, including a dirk. It carried an Inscription' reading: "When this dirk leaves its sheat it slrikes like thunder and light isto) .apparently crossed the Rio rraude about nine miles above 'resldio. He was seen afoot Monday niorn- ng at a point about 20 miles west if Ojlnaga, Mexican City Just across he border from here. "This Indicates he Is heading Into he wilder and rougher country to he west, toward Juarez," said Tarwater. • , ., The deputy sheriff said no trace lad been found of the second man. "It appears that they were separated, maybe right alter the shooting," he said. ! Morrow was fatally shot early Sunday morning on a lonely mountain road near here. He managed to get in his car but died after driving about a mile. t -e,« <fsK ;• * *• & , \/f^: ^ il M'^fr'^fa :VS$1 ^-r-v. t-Ajj t — A y, f^ry -r T ; , VsJBLLl -.*.. I' Anti-Discrimination Conference Planned ATLANTA. March 10. (/!>) southwidc anti- discrimination conference tor whites and Negroes Is scheduled in Atlanta April 8. Its purpose, said sponsors, is stimulate greater concern {or elimination ol discrimination ... higher education In the South. The meeting is sponsored by the Southern Conference EducatloiuFund of New Orleans, headed by Aubrey Williams of Montgomery, Ala., former administrator ol the NYA. The first Acrmican airplane fatality is believed to have been an TIMBKK PAYS OFF—The County Line Missionary Enptlst church near Nashville, Ark., Is paying for repairs to its building through profits realized from selective timber cutting on land It owns. The church and some of the logs are shown, m Die picture (left to right) arc Courtlyn Glasgow, Jim Case, Russell Stevens, Alton Daniel and Joe Cherry. (AP Photo). Taxes Jingle Federal Coffers WASHINGTON, March 10. (/T) — The federal government Jingled several billion dollars In fresh spending noney today ns lute check-laden return's trickled In from taxpayers across the nation. . One commentary on what yesterday — Income Uix day — meant to most people was provided unwittingly by a late-payer who was In line at the Bureau of Interim!'Revenue in Washington. He loft behind a laundry bundle, containing several of the shirts off his back. Noting that even though billions richer, the -government, still Is 1" the red, Republicans In Congress grasped at the chance lo belabor the Truman administration find its financial policies. Democrats replied with reminiscences of the deprcs- FOR SORE PAINFUL HERE is SOOTHIKG PILES RELIEF toii years. In Detroit, what may have been he dny's biggest tax payment—a .114.373,30! quarterly Installment rom General Motors Corp.—showed ip In the same malt with what cer- alnly was one of the smallest: two cents. And In H long list of cities the lay marked Ihc last chance the government had to catch up with 1013 tax fraud cases Involving nn •stlmatcil $li>,000.000. At midnight night, thy seven-year .statute of limitations went Into effect, closing the books on any new action against Those who evaded taxes during that wai year ol high profits. Th« National Geographic Society says there Is evidence the Norweg- lans occupied parts of the Shetland Islands In A.D. 700. M07MU *IW*K Syrup of Black- DraiiKhthiiaaaplcy UlCMant flavor that 'iraunplcra take without tusslne. Prampl IhorouKh laxative ac, tlon in natural-like whon inkon as dlrfctcd. Syrup of Black- Drmrglit la pure: made otftnesl Imported lierlw .Always give It Cor occasionalcon- st IpMIon. Anil la\- niliillH.Blnck-Driuighl in IXJW.IOT or granulated form, costs ri penny or ln»s a dose. Popular with four k-eiicrnllona. Gel form you prefer at your ilpnler.i. for children, ask for SYRUP OF BLACK-DRAUGHT What's Happening at the Jaycee Clubhouse Friday, March 17? Invited Some of the chieftains had tat- devils." ning. Use It to slay the Communist army flier killed In 1908 Myer, Va. SHOP & SAVE HENS Lean, Meaty Delicious End Cuts Pork Chops From the Country Fresh, Nice Size EGGS doz. 29C Coca-Cola 75c at NABER'S GRO. & MKT. 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